Chetak Logistics green warehouse to serve Tata Motors in Pune
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Chetak Logistics green warehouse to serve Tata Motors in Pune

Chetak group has further expanded its national network with the inauguration of the First Green Warehouse in Pune. The warehouse which adds to the 2 million plus warehousing capacity of Chetak Group was inaugurated by Chetak Group’s Directors Mukesh and Rajesh Haritash, in the presence of guests from Tata Motors and other prominent clients. The warehouse will serve all vendors of Tata Motors.

Speaking on the occasion, Mukesh Haritash, Director Chetak Logistics said, “We are happy to inaugurate perhaps India’s first Green and Happy Warehouse in Pune. This is a result of the inspiration we derive from our father, the late Shri Jai Karan Sharma, Founder – Chetak Group. We dedicate this warehouse to him and pledge to take forward his vision of serving the customers with the best quality of product offerings and service. The one lakh sq. feet warehouse adds to over 2 million sq ft warehousing space offered by the Chetak Group, across India.”

The new Green and Happy warehouse atGreen and Happy warehouse offers many firsts, like solar power energy, environmentally friendly last mile delivery, unique facilities for employees, safety measures and smart material handling. Some of the facilities are given below.

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Chetak group has further expanded its national network with the inauguration of the First Green Warehouse in Pune. The warehouse which adds to the 2 million plus warehousing capacity of Chetak Group was inaugurated by Chetak Group’s Directors Mukesh and Rajesh Haritash, in the presence of guests from Tata Motors and other prominent clients. The warehouse will serve all vendors of Tata Motors. Speaking on the occasion, Mukesh Haritash, Director Chetak Logistics said, “We are happy to inaugurate perhaps India’s first Green and Happy Warehouse in Pune. This is a result of the inspiration we derive from our father, the late Shri Jai Karan Sharma, Founder – Chetak Group. We dedicate this warehouse to him and pledge to take forward his vision of serving the customers with the best quality of product offerings and service. The one lakh sq. feet warehouse adds to over 2 million sq ft warehousing space offered by the Chetak Group, across India.” The new Green and Happy warehouse atGreen and Happy warehouse offers many firsts, like solar power energy, environmentally friendly last mile delivery, unique facilities for employees, safety measures and smart material handling. Some of the facilities are given below. Also Read PM lays foundation stone for world's first CNG terminal in Bhavnagar Revdevelopment of Chennai Egmore railway station to begin shortly

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